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October 20, 2020

Am I THAT Guy? Three Episodes In, Taking Stock of the Lackluster SNL Season So Far

C.M. Tomlin 8:30pm October 20, 2020 10/20/20

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I had a weird moment while watching Saturday Night Live this past weekend: during a sketch featuring the immensely likable and talented Issa Rae in which she portrayed a woman on her first date confronted by increasingly terrible exes, a deranged Kenan Thompson uttered the phrase “titty meat,” and I laughed. Maybe it was because…

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October 16, 2020

Sturgill Simpson shows his ‘Grass with a new album

Tyler Young 1:28pm October 16, 2020 10/16/20 Comments Disabled

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Cuttin Grass Album Cover

As promised, Kentucky country/rock/psychedelic/whatever-he-damn-well-pleases songwriter Sturgill Simpson dropped the first of two Bluegrass albums last night. Cuttin’ Grass Vol. 1 (Butcher Shoppe Sessions) reinvents some of his best known and most obscure tunes, turning them into honest-to-god Bluegrass classics. Simpson dips way into the archives here, not only reworking tracks from his solo records, but…

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September 18, 2020

Tyler Childers releases a surprise record, ‘Long Violent History’

Tyler Young 10:29am September 18, 2020 9/18/20

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Long Violent History album cover

Well, how’s this for an unexpected Friday album drop? Kentucky mountain bard Tyler Childers has released “Long Violent History,” an instrumental collection of traditional fiddle tunes—and one powerful statement. Childers’ appreciation for mountain music is well documented, and recently he’s taken up the fiddle for himself, giving fans glimpses into his progress by breaking it…

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July 21, 2020

“The Last of Us: Part II” Review

Adrian Bryant 2:54pm July 21, 2020 7/21/20 Comments Disabled

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Pre-Review Banter: I basically haven’t written anything since COVID-19 ruined the world and my brain, and because of that I largely have forgotten how words work. So for this review I enlisted the help of Funkhouser regular and zombie-licker Blake Vickers. His comments are prefixed with the initials “BV,” and mine are initialed “APB” (the…

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July 17, 2020

It’s live music time in the Bluegrass: Venues starting to reopen

Tyler Young 6:45pm July 17, 2020 7/17/20

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Joslyn & the Sweet Compression

We’ve spent a lot of time missing sports over the past four months (!) of COVID-19. But a whole bunch of us have been starving for live music during a season normally filled with concerts and festivals. Fortunately for you cabin-fevered songbirds, some Kentucky venues are starting to open back up for outdoor events, provided…

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July 15, 2020

Peacock TV – What is it? What’s Free? What’s “Free”?

Richmond Bramblet 3:00pm July 15, 2020 7/15/20 Comments Disabled

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We’re waist deep in the streaming wars right now and NBC has entered the chat with its newest offering Peacock TV. Touted as a “free” platform from NBC, Peacock launched Wednesday morning with a full slew of features. For the people looking to get into the NBC streaming world, I gambled my ability to remember…

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July 13, 2020

“Palm Springs” is the best movie of the year

John Reecer 8:00pm July 13, 2020 7/13/20 Comments Disabled

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“At least you have each other. Nothing is worse than going through this s**t alone.” This is one of the many great quotes spoken by a character in Hulu’s newest movie titled “Palm Springs,” but it’s also the prevailing sentiment of director Max Barbakow’s feature film debut that’s now available to watch on the streaming…

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July 4, 2020

Listicuffs Season 1 & 2 – July 4th “Marathon”

Richmond Bramblet 11:00am July 4, 2020 7/4/20 Comments Disabled

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Happy Fourth of July! We figured at KSR that 10 people chowing down on hot dogs and buns shouldn’t be the only form of competition we feature today. So, we’ve gone into the archives and have put together a marathon of the complete season 1 and 2 episodes of Listicuffs. This time of year not…

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June 30, 2020

Listicuffs Season 2 Finale: Matt Jones vs Tom Hart

Richmond Bramblet 7:00pm June 30, 2020 6/30/20 Comments Disabled

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Well we did it gang… Season 2 of Listicuffs has come to a close. There’s no better way we can think of having a season finale than a SUPERSIZED episode with our own Matt Jones taking on BBN’s favorite ESPN personality, Tom Hart. Tom was very confident going into the episode, sending us an email…

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June 17, 2020

Listicuffs Episode 6: Sources Say Showdown – Jack Pilgrim vs Travis Graf

Richmond Bramblet 7:00pm June 17, 2020 6/17/20 Comments Disabled

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This week on Listicuffs, Jack Pilgrim and Travis Graf of the Sources Say podcast go head to head in our battle of useless trivia. Who got the best scoop on our question this week?  

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October 20, 2020

Am I THAT Guy? Three Episodes In, Taking Stock of the Lackluster SNL Season So Far

C.M. Tomlin 8:30pm October 20, 2020 10/20/20

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I had a weird moment while watching Saturday Night Live this past weekend: during a sketch featuring the immensely likable and talented Issa Rae in which she portrayed a woman on her first date confronted by increasingly terrible exes, a deranged Kenan Thompson uttered the phrase “titty meat,” and I laughed. Maybe it was because…

Read More

October 16, 2020

Sturgill Simpson shows his ‘Grass with a new album

Tyler Young 1:28pm October 16, 2020 10/16/20 Comments Disabled

1 category

0 tags

Cuttin Grass Album Cover

As promised, Kentucky country/rock/psychedelic/whatever-he-damn-well-pleases songwriter Sturgill Simpson dropped the first of two Bluegrass albums last night. Cuttin’ Grass Vol. 1 (Butcher Shoppe Sessions) reinvents some of his best known and most obscure tunes, turning them into honest-to-god Bluegrass classics. Simpson dips way into the archives here, not only reworking tracks from his solo records, but…

Read More

September 18, 2020

Tyler Childers releases a surprise record, ‘Long Violent History’

Tyler Young 10:29am September 18, 2020 9/18/20

2 categories

0 tags

Long Violent History album cover

Well, how’s this for an unexpected Friday album drop? Kentucky mountain bard Tyler Childers has released “Long Violent History,” an instrumental collection of traditional fiddle tunes—and one powerful statement. Childers’ appreciation for mountain music is well documented, and recently he’s taken up the fiddle for himself, giving fans glimpses into his progress by breaking it…

Read More

July 21, 2020

“The Last of Us: Part II” Review

Adrian Bryant 2:54pm July 21, 2020 7/21/20 Comments Disabled

1 category

0 tags

Pre-Review Banter: I basically haven’t written anything since COVID-19 ruined the world and my brain, and because of that I largely have forgotten how words work. So for this review I enlisted the help of Funkhouser regular and zombie-licker Blake Vickers. His comments are prefixed with the initials “BV,” and mine are initialed “APB” (the…

Read More

July 17, 2020

It’s live music time in the Bluegrass: Venues starting to reopen

Tyler Young 6:45pm July 17, 2020 7/17/20

2 categories

0 tags

Joslyn & the Sweet Compression

We’ve spent a lot of time missing sports over the past four months (!) of COVID-19. But a whole bunch of us have been starving for live music during a season normally filled with concerts and festivals. Fortunately for you cabin-fevered songbirds, some Kentucky venues are starting to open back up for outdoor events, provided…

Read More

July 15, 2020

Peacock TV – What is it? What’s Free? What’s “Free”?

Richmond Bramblet 3:00pm July 15, 2020 7/15/20 Comments Disabled

1 category

0 tags

We’re waist deep in the streaming wars right now and NBC has entered the chat with its newest offering Peacock TV. Touted as a “free” platform from NBC, Peacock launched Wednesday morning with a full slew of features. For the people looking to get into the NBC streaming world, I gambled my ability to remember…

Read More

July 13, 2020

“Palm Springs” is the best movie of the year

John Reecer 8:00pm July 13, 2020 7/13/20 Comments Disabled

1 category

0 tags

“At least you have each other. Nothing is worse than going through this s**t alone.” This is one of the many great quotes spoken by a character in Hulu’s newest movie titled “Palm Springs,” but it’s also the prevailing sentiment of director Max Barbakow’s feature film debut that’s now available to watch on the streaming…

Read More

July 4, 2020

Listicuffs Season 1 & 2 – July 4th “Marathon”

Richmond Bramblet 11:00am July 4, 2020 7/4/20 Comments Disabled

2 categories

1 tag

Happy Fourth of July! We figured at KSR that 10 people chowing down on hot dogs and buns shouldn’t be the only form of competition we feature today. So, we’ve gone into the archives and have put together a marathon of the complete season 1 and 2 episodes of Listicuffs. This time of year not…

Read More

June 30, 2020

Listicuffs Season 2 Finale: Matt Jones vs Tom Hart

Richmond Bramblet 7:00pm June 30, 2020 6/30/20 Comments Disabled

2 categories

1 tag

Well we did it gang… Season 2 of Listicuffs has come to a close. There’s no better way we can think of having a season finale than a SUPERSIZED episode with our own Matt Jones taking on BBN’s favorite ESPN personality, Tom Hart. Tom was very confident going into the episode, sending us an email…

Read More

June 17, 2020

Listicuffs Episode 6: Sources Say Showdown – Jack Pilgrim vs Travis Graf

Richmond Bramblet 7:00pm June 17, 2020 6/17/20 Comments Disabled

2 categories

1 tag

This week on Listicuffs, Jack Pilgrim and Travis Graf of the Sources Say podcast go head to head in our battle of useless trivia. Who got the best scoop on our question this week?  

Read More